The launch of the World Apostolate of Fatima’s U.S. Tour for Peace is underway and coming to our Diocese!

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The historic tour, marking the 100th Anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady at Fatima, Portugal, will feature the world-famous International Pilgrim Virgin Statue, traveling worldwide for nearly 70 years.

The tour runs through all 50 states and will be an extraordinary occasion of healing, hope, and grace. Any who have been in the presence of this special Statue (created in 1947 based on Sr. Lucia’s description of her encounters with Our Lady) know that.

I hope you’ll be able to experience the blessing of gathering with others devoted to Our Lady when the statue visits this Diocese.

The Statue will be at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Rice Lake, Wisconsin.  We will begin with an anticipation Mass at 5:30 PM on Tuesday, October 18th. This will follow with the Rosary, Music, and Prayer until the Statue arrives at approximately 8:00 PM.  We will continue through the entire evening and close at noon on Wednesday, October 19th. See the schedule on the reverse side of this.

This epic journey across the United States is to allow Our Lady of Fatima, the Queen of Peace, to claim her dominion over our country and to bring the message of Fatima—the Peace Plan from heaven—to a world in need. Our Lord told Sister Lucia that he had placed the peace of the world in the Immaculate Heart.

The Pilgrim Virgin Statue has visited more than 100 countries, bringing Mary’s powerful and timeless message of salvation and hope to millions. Countless favors and graces have been reported wherever the Virgin Statue has traveled.

Please join us! 

Contact Debbi Marcellus at dmarcellus@chibardun.net or 715-234-2032  ext. 6, for more information about our Diocesan visit.

Prayer for the Fatima Centennial U.S. Tour for Peace

O Queen of the Rosary, Sweet Virgin of Fatima, who has deigned to appear in the land of Portugal, we beg you to watch over our dear homeland and assure its moral and spiritual revival. Bring back peace to all the nations of the world so that all, our own nation in particular, may be happy to call you their Queen and the Queen of Peace. Amen.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for our country. Our Lady of Fatima, obtain for all humanity a lasting peace.

Fatima’s U.S. Tour for Peace is at St. Joseph in Rice Lake

October 18th through 19th, 2016

 Schedule:

Tuesday 

6:00 PM            Mass at St. Joseph

6:45 PM            Rosary

7:00 PM            Litany

7:00 PM            Confessions

7:30 PM            Rosary

8:00 PM            Procession begins into the church

8:15 PM            Custodian Patrick will do a presentation.

9:00 PM            Litany

Confessions until 10:00 PM

9:30 PM            Rosary

10:00 PM          Litany

10:30 PM          Benediction

Wednesday 

Midnight           Rosary and Litany on the hour through 8:00 AM

8:30 AM            Custodian Patrick will do a presentation.

9:00 AM            Mass with Bishop Jim Powers

After the Mass 

  • Scapular Enrollment (the custodian will explain this during his talk in the morning before Mass)
  • We will have scapulars from the World Apostolate of Fatima.
  • ONE will be given to EACH person being enrolled. (According to the notes that I have they are not put out on a table for people to pick up. They are only given to the people who are being enrolled.)

Closing Ceremony

  • After the enrollment there will be will be a farewell procession to conclude the visit.
  • Rosary
  • Final words from the Custodian
  • Recitation of a Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
  • Marian Hymn as the Statue is processed out by the Knights of Columbus.

 Her visit is scheduled to conclude at or approximately at noon.

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